Cong's Hutong Courtyard Hotel
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... this ice breaker
working or me being able to explain it fluently so it wasn’t confusing. I
desperately wanted to change it to make it a bit simpler (Asking the kids to
choose only two etc etc) but Johannes didn’t want to defer from the book. We
worked together on it though and managed to come up with a plan of attack which
worked well enough and wasn’t a complete flop. I introduced the game, (I said
“today class, we’re going to have ...
... some point in between Moscow and Irkutsk, and was in a carriage further away from the restaurant car than we were. The first time I saw him he was walking back through the smokey bit of our carriage, staring at us like he was going to kill us. In hindsight I think he might have thought it was a non smoking train and was dying for a cigarette. Anyway, I kind of figured him for a weird one, especially after it turned out he was at the same hotel as us and I tried to have a chat with ...
... with two large single beds, and Lily was having great fun using the phones to ring the boys and us for various spurious reasons. Later, I fell asleep 4 times trying to read Chamber of Secrets to a still bouncy Lily, and decided it must be time to for me to hit the sack. After getting off easily to sleep, I was annoyed to be woken by a random call on my mobile in the middle of the night. I thought I had disconnected the carrier... As a result, no sleep for the next few ...
... br> Studying for grammar and reading came and went, the exams passed without incident. Now it was time to prepare for my speaking exam.
I am laughing now at the absurdity of preparing for this stupid exam. We had 4 topics of which we had to each speak for 3 minutes, but we would only be actually talking about one of the topics, to be determined at the time of the exam. I spent over 2 hours with my language partner just trying to decide what ...
... a lot about Chinese culture, business etiquette and daily life. Most crucial in business: respect, bring a gift and be aware of the tiny nuances in Chinese culture. We climbed the Wall to the end – beyond nature had taken over. There were some really steep parts and thousands of stairs. No workout needed for the next days. The most fun part however was racing down the hills in a slide way. I could do this for days!
In the evening, we went to ...